I know its shorttt! But I PROMISE the next chapter will be adorable!
"Can I just say, Mr. Fitz looked fine today?" Hanna gushed to her friends. The five girls were curled up in blankets on the floor of Spencer's bedroom with a warm mug of either coffee (black in Spencer's case) or hot chocolate.
"Agreed," Spencer smirked, taking a sip of her coffee.
"And please tell me I'm not the only one who noticed the chalk mark on the back of his pants," Emily giggled.
"Did you really notice it Em?" Ali looked at her friend and Emily instantly looked down, her cheeks flushing a bright red.
"You mean the one on his but Em?" Hanna asked instantly, trying to ignore Ali's comment. For the past few days just about every time Ali made a comment Emily would look away in embarrassment. Hanna had picked up on it and had begun to cover for Emily.
Emily glanced up at her friend, a thankful look in her eye, she nodded slightly.
"I noticed it to," Spencer smiled.
"Why can't more teachers be attractive like Mr. Fitz?" Hanna asked the group.
"Obviously the school doesn't want to pay the janitors to clean the drool off desks in every classroom, so they can only hire one attractive teacher per school," Spencer laughed.
"Oh my gosh!" Hanna squealed, "You're probably right! What do you think Aria?"
Aria glanced up. All four of her friends were looking at her expectantly. "Oh, um, I don't know…"
Ali raised an eyebrow, "You don't know?"
Aria shrugged, she had been trying so hard to avoid being included in this conversation.
"Don't you think Mr. Fitz is so hot?" Hanna exclaimed.
Aria shifted her gaze to each of her friend's faces. This was it, do or die. She couldn't say anything positive about the way Ezra- er…Mr. Fitz looked for fear of giving away their secret. "I don't know…he's too old for me to think he's attractive."
"Um, correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't Aria always like the older guys?" Ali asked the group and no one responded. "What's different this time?"
Aria merely shrugged in response.
"But he's so you're type," Emily said, "He's into books and plays and all the stuff you like."
"I'm sorry guys; I didn't know it was against the rules to not think a teacher is hot."
"It is when the teacher looks like Mr. Fitz," Ali stated and the way she said it made it sound so official.
Aria glanced down at her phone hoping desperately for a message to come through, something to give her a way out. When it didn't go off she looked up meeting the gaze of each of her friends. "Oh come on, you can't be mad at me for not thinking he's hot."
"We're not mad…" Emily told her.
"We just think it's weird that you of all people don't think he's attractive," Spencer explained what Aria's four friends were thinking.
She stood up suddenly, "I have to go actually," she began to pick up her bag and rushed toward the door.
"Aria, we didn't mean to make you mad—"Hanna began to say.
"No, let her go," Ali interrupted. "She probably has a hot date with Fitz." Alison looked at Aria, her eyes gleamed and she had a small, barely noticeable smirk on her lips.
Aria felt her face flush a bright red. "Yeah right," she tried her best to sound annoyed, then turned and walked out the door.